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Titanfall for Mac OS X: a possibility

Titanfall for Mac OS X: a possibility

Titanfall has won the hearts of gamers far and wide, having launched after drumming up scores of excitement and teases. We recently reviewed the game, giving those who haven't taken the plunge yet a thorough look at what it offers. If you're running Mac OS X, don't pass it over: Titanfall could be coming to the Apple platform in the future.

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iTunes App Store adds selfie sharing section

iTunes App Store adds selfie sharing section

The selfie is a common staple among images found online, comprising vast quantities of Instagram and other social photography websites, often smattering Facebook and Twitter feeds, among other online locations. So popular is the form of self-expression, the word selfie earned its own slot in the dictionary and was named word of the year in 2013. Now it has its own section in the App Store.

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iOS 8 details leaked in WIP screenshots

iOS 8 details leaked in WIP screenshots

A number of screenshots taken with an iPhone have leaked additional verification of several future apps for the platform this morning. These shots were taken by Weibo microblogger TD Beta, a leakster who has (in general) provided well-sourced content in the past. In general, the takeaway here is not that we’re seeing finalized icon delivery, but that these apps exist.

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Toyota backtracks on CarPlay confirmation

Toyota backtracks on CarPlay confirmation

Toyota has backtracked on its own suggestions it would support Apple's CarPlay from 2015, first announcing that - and then pouring cold water on - the idea that it would adopt the iPhone infotainment system. Chatter was prompted by Toyota's UK blog, which revealed this week that the company "is a partner in the [CarPlay] project"; however, that confirmation was subsequently retracted, with Toyota saying it had no new news on whether CarPlay in its cars would be added.

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Transcend launches DDR3 RDIMM for new Mac Pro

Transcend launches DDR3 RDIMM for new Mac Pro

One ways that some people save money when they order a computer from Apple is to buy the machine with the smallest amount of RAM possible. Often RAM upgrades are cheaper on the aftermarket than they are from Apple and other computer makers. Transcend has announced that it has some new RAM modules made specifically for the new Mac Pro.

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